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Scubapro’s Cold Water Collection: Six Drysuits Cover all Cold Water Diving Scenarios



For 2018, Scubapro has completely re-invented their dry suit line. The manufacturer is taking the cold-water diving market by storm with a new line of trilaminate drysuits, as well as an expanded and updated line of neoprene drysuits. Designed to cover the thermal protection needs of divers across a wide spectrum of diving skills, styles and interests, Scubapro’s cold water collection includes three trilaminate drysuits, along with three neoprene drysuits, perfectly suited to all diving needs.



The Evertech Dry Breathable is a premium trilaminate drysuit designed for advanced divers and loaded with features. Built with a breathable fabric nylon/PU/nylon trilaminate blend that allows body moisture to exit without allowing water in, plus stitched and waterproof taped seams, a diagonal front waterproof zipper, a Si-Tech super-soft ring seal system for wrists and neck and Si-Tech valves, this fabric suit is top quality throughout. A pair of large cargo pockets, lightweight attached boots and blue suspenders are just a few of the standard features included with a suit designed to keep you warm, dry and comfortable in all water conditions.


DEFINITION DRY – Trilaminate

Comfortable and built to last, the Definition Dry is made with a new material blend that’s heavy-duty for durability, yet lightweight enough to enable active recreational divers to achieve a streamlined fit. The Definition Dry is a solid mid-range suit for general-purpose recreational diving.


SPORT DRY LIGHT – Trilaminate

Lightweight and comfortable, the new Sport Dry Light‘s front diagonal zipper keeps water out, plus enables you to don, doff and zip the suit without assistance. For divers just getting into diving dry, the Sport Dry Light offers all the features and functions you need for hassle-free drysuit diving.


EVERDRY 4.0 PRO – Neoprene

Offering rugged reinforcement where it’s needed most, high-density 4mm neoprene weighs 50% less than traditional neoprene and is significantly softer, providing increased range of motion. There’s an abrasion-resistant gray over-layer, and a slick anti-abrasion lining in black. Shoulders and knees offer additional reinforcement. The dense neoprene resists compression so the suit can be worn with a thin undergarment or no undergarment at all. The professional-grade light weight drysuit is created for military, commercial and tech divers.


EVERDRY 4.0 – Neoprene

This high-density neoprene drysuit offers the fit, comfort and flexibility of a
wetsuit, with the water-tightness of a drysuit. 2018’s updated version comes with a bevy of new design and convenience features. This suit fits like a glove, offers excellent range of motion, and most importantly, keeps body heat in and cold water out. The suit’s dense neoprene resists compression so can be worn with a thin undergarment or no undergarment at all.


EXODRY 4.0 – Neoprene

Offering a unique approach to drysuit design, the Exodry fuses 4mm high-density neoprene with latex wrist and neck seals. This hybrid design delivers minimal inherent buoyancy, maximum range of motion and an excellent sealing system. 2018’s updated version comes with a bevy of new design and convenience features. A smart choice for all types of diving, it can be worn with or without an undersuit.


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All drysuits come with an anatomically shaped hood, carry bag, low pressure hose and a repair kit and are available at authorised Scubapro dealers.

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Quick Scuba Tips #7: How To Change A Scuba Regulator Mouthpiece (Watch Video)



Quick Tips 7: How To Change A Scuba Regulator Mouthpiece.

In this video for our Quick Tips series, I’m going to show you how to change a scuba regulators mouthpiece. In the Quick Tips videos, I try to cram as much of my SCUBA expertise into a video 5 minutes or less.

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Changing a mouthpiece on a scuba regulator is an essential piece of maintenance that any diver should be able to do. Enjoy!

D.S.D.O James

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SCUBAPRO MK19 EVO/G260 – The new Cold Water Regulator Kit



New from Scubapro – The MK19 EVO was designed to be the ultimate first stage for cold water or contaminated diving conditions, its design makes it substantially smaller and lighter than the original MK19. The air-balanced diaphragm delivers consistent and effortless airflow, regardless of depth, tank pressure, or breathing rate. An environmentally sealed system prevents water and pollutants from fouling the inner mechanism. Its dry chamber is equipped with a double spring, making it more compact and reliable.

Two opposing high-pressure ports allow the first stage to be positioned either up or down, plus provide for an optimum hose/transmitter layout.

Swivel turret comes with four High-Flow LP ports plus one axial Super High-Flow LP port to maximise hose routing options. With its compact size, light weight, and superb breathing performance it continues the best Scubapro regulator tradition.

It is the ideal first stage for recreational, technical, professional, and military divers.

The G260 is the optimal combination for the cold-water set, as it has numerous components made of seawater-resistant solid brass, which ensure excellent heat exchange and thus optimise the cold-water property. The air-balanced valve smoothes out the inhalation effort at varying depths and supply pressures, the super-flow hose features an oversized bore that allows more air to flow on each inhalation. The High-flow exhaust valve reduces exhalation for better overall breathing comfort. Its nylon fiberglass design features Scubapro’s biggest second stage casing and diaphragm for the ultimate in breathing sensitivity, regardless of position in the water.  A diver-adjustable inhalation effort knob fine-tunes air delivery to suit changing depths water conditions and personal tastes. A reversible hose attachment allows to easily adjust hose routing for tech diving configurations.

For more information visit the Scubapro website by clicking here.

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Explore the amazing triangle of Red Sea Reefs - The Brothers, Daedalus and Elphinstone on board the brand new liveaboard Big Blue.  With an option to add on a week at Roots Red Sea before or after. 

Strong currents and deep blue water are the catalysts that bring the pelagic species flocking to these reefs. The reefs themselves provide exquisite homes for a multitude of marine life.  The wafting soft corals are adorned with thousands of colourful fish. The gorgonian fans and hard corals provide magnificent back drops, all being patrolled by the reef’s predatory species.

£1475 per person based on double occupancy.  Soft all inclusive board basis, buffet meals with snacks, tea and coffee always available.  Add a week on at Roots Red Sea Resort before or after the liveaboard for just £725pp.  Flights and transfers are included.  See our brochure linked above for the full itinerary.

This trip will be hosted by The Scuba Place.  Come Dive with Us!

Call 020 3515 9955 or email

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